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This article contains a short list and detailed description of the 5 best ancient attractions for any and every one to see while they are visiting Rome, Italy. These include: Circus Maximus, Saint Mary's in Cosmedin, Roman Temple, the Pantheon, Trajan's Column, the Coliseum, Arch of Constantine, Imperial Forum and the Mouth of Truth.
Published by Svetlana Sforza 23 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 4 comments
Sicily is a great place for a vacation if you like to visit historical sites. Palermo is the capital of Sicily and an ancient city with Arabic and Viking influences. Taormina is one of the most popular resorts in Sicily. Siracusa is an ancient Greek town where they built many temples. You can visit the Temple of Apollo and the Temple of Athena.
Published by norlaw 27 months ago in Italy | +0 votes | 0 comments
Rome: Rome is situated on the west in the central Italy. Whole Europe is known for its historical monuments and buildings, so is the Rome which is the capital of Italy. Main tourist attractions of Rome include beautiful fountains, churches that are known for their architecture and museums. New Rome is full of excellent restaurants with a great nightlife for tourists. One fountain that is among the top list of Rome is the “Trevi Fountain” that is the wishing fountain of Rome. One can see a lo...
Published by sarita garg 27 months ago in Italy | +0 votes | 0 comments
Sicily is an island that has a rich history. Sicily has been important in history because of its location and rich resources. It is not a large island. Through out history Sicily has been occupied by many people. Erice has kept its medieval look and is a must visit place. Agrigento is known for its many temples.
Published by norlaw 27 months ago in Italy | +1 votes | 1 comments
Milan is a great place for a vacation. Milan is known as a fashion center and is a great place to go shopping. The Duomo is an impressive site. The gothic cathedrals architecture is great. There are many spires and more than 3,000 statues. The cathedral is huge and can hold over 25,000 people for one service.
Published by norlaw 27 months ago in Italy | +2 votes | 1 comments
Cinque Terre translates literally to “five lands” in Italian, but really describes the five villages which lie along the Ligurian coast line in the north west portion of Italy. Before going there, I was unable to find very many up-to-date resources about hiking the Cinque Terre. This article serves to outline one of the best ways to see the five villages by foot. The hike isn’t challenging, but could prove to be difficult at certain points. Recent developments have changed the pa...
Published by Matthew DiMaggio 28 months ago in Italy | +0 votes | 0 comments
In the Northwest corner of Italy lies a vast expanse of mountainous land that has not been affected by the tourist trade as much as Venice, Tuscany, Rome, and Amalfi. The untouched Province of Imperia in the Liguria region offers some interesting towns worth exploring on any trip between France and Italy. This article exhibits several of the most beautiful of such communes in the region.
Published by Matthew DiMaggio 28 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 2 comments
Rome is a great place to visit. Rome has many cobble streets and it is a great place to take a walking tour of the sites. You can visit the Colosseum which is a great place. You can check out the Temple of the Pantheon and Rome's other historical buildings. The Vatican is a must see place. You can check out the Sistine Chapel and St. Peters Basilica.
Published by norlaw 28 months ago in Italy | +1 votes | 1 comments
The Pyramid of Cestius is very popular with tourists. Thousands of people come every year to visit this unusual place. The Pyramid was built during the time of Ausgustus and when the people of Rome were fascinated with everything that was Egyptian. The Pyramid of Cestius is different than most Egyptian pyramids as it is steeper and more pointed.
Published by norlaw 28 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 0 comments
Vatican City is a must see before leaving Rome, Italy. While in Rome, there are numerous places to see that are not only educational, but fun as well.
Published by Linda Smith 29 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 0 comments
The 21st century Titanic, the Costa Concordia, ran aground off the island of Giglio on the 13th January 2012. This happened nearly 100 years after the tragedy of the RMS Titanic on the 14th April 1912.
Published by Braden Galea 29 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 3 comments
La Thuile bears a double personality. First there's the picturesque old village, then comes the modern Planibel Centre. Resorts are great for learning to board, but beginners must opt for one or the other to avoid tackling the long Bellecombe T-bar between them.
Published by ecapz 29 months ago in Italy | +4 votes | 2 comments
The Monterosa ski area is a little-known but wide ski region having considerable appeal and charm.
Published by ecapz 30 months ago in Italy | +1 votes | 0 comments
Cortina features three main ski areas, plus various smaller ones, none of them ski-in, ski-out and accessed by lifts from the center of town.
Published by ecapz 30 months ago in Italy | +3 votes | 1 comments
Venice is a beautiful city in Northern Italy located on the Adriatic Sea.
Published by sarita garg 30 months ago in Italy | +6 votes | 2 comments
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